Join Our Team

TGC is currently looking for workers in a variety of positions. All positions at Trossachs Gospel Camp are considered volunteer, although honorariums between $50 and $100 are paid per day for some of the positions. For more information on any of the positions listed below, please contact

Kitchen Staff: prep cooks and cleaners. Prep cooks would report to the Head Cook and be responsible to help prep and cook meals at the camp. Cleaners would do dishes and general clean-up in the kitchen.

Grounds: Cleaning, Bathrooms, Garbage, General Maintenance

Cabin Leaders: Our leaders stay with the cabin throughout the day, supervising and participating in activities, as well as providing direction and supervision through the night.

Cabin Leaders in Training: These individuals support the cabin leader, helping to lead activities and provide supervision and direction throughout the day.

Activities: For children's and teen camps, these individuals report to the director and are responsible for the preparation and execution of various games and activities throughout the day. At Family camp this individual would also plan and direct various activities for the families, primarily children and youth.

Health Manager: This individual would be responsible for First Aid, as well as monitoring and administering medication for our children and/or teen camps.

Office Admin: Oversight of on-site registration and other paperwork duties.

Sound Technician: Ensuring sound is working and balanced for practices and services. Applicant should have some experience in this area.

Camp Aunties and Uncles: These are volunteers at our children's and teen camps who provide extra support in a multitude of areas, relieving cabin leaders for breaks, helping children who need extra care and attention, etc.

Preference will be given to workers willing to commit to more than one week of camp.

In addition, we are always grateful to those willing to volunteer their time in support of camp - for any of the above positions.

Please email for more information.

All positions require a worker application form to be filled out, and must have a criminal record check.

Click HERE for Online Application Form

Staff Application Form - pdf

All positions at camp require a current criminal record check.

If you have submitted a record check within the past 2 years you do not need a new one for this year.

TGC Record Check/Police Information Check Letter


Children's Camp

Cabin leaders for the Explorer Children's Camp will need to be available for training on both July 1st and 2nd with the camp running July 3rd-5th.

We hope our children's counselors would be available for both camps and therefore able to attend the training on July 1st and 2nd. If you are only available for the Adventure Camp, training will commence Sunday, July 7th in the afternoon and the director will need to connect with you for additional information prior to the camp.

Cabin leaders must be 16 years of age or older. Preference will be given to those 18 years and older.


Teen Camp

Cabin leaders must be 18 years of age and older with a current, clear criminal record check.

Workers will be expected on camp grounds a day prior to camp starting for training (July 14, 2019). All record checks and applications MUST be completed prior to this time. Training opportunities will also be held prior to our first kids' camp that all staff are welcome to attend. Information regarding training will be forwarded once you have been accepted for a position.

CITs Children's Camps

If you are between 13 and 18, there is an opportunity for you to work at camp as a Cabin Leader-in-Training. You would assist a Cabin Leader with their duties and gain some valuable training, as well as taking part in all of the fun of the camp. We have a limited number of spots, but are certainly looking for energetic young people willing to help with the campers, run games, and help teach some of our skills.

You will be expected to fill in an application form and attend all training. Record checks are not required for those aged 16 and under.

Grounds and Maintenance

We require a number of people to work throughout all of the weeks of the camp to maintain the grounds. Workers would report to the camp director for each week, and would be responsible for garbage, and various cleaning jobs including bathrooms, dining room, and tabernacle. During the weeks of children's camp, assistance may also be required with set up and operation of various activities (operating the slide, etc.). Criminal Record Checks will be required for anyone on the grounds for Children and Teen Camps.